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Williamstown, 7:30 p.m.
Must the Promised Land necessarily become cursed and haunted' It is possible to stop moral downfall and pursue happiness instead' In his eye-opening play, Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts reveals the secrets of an Americanfamily defeated by its mistakes and avalanching toward its final disintegration. Family members gather to discover how far apart they’ve grown and how dysfunctional their lives have become. Directed by Professor Sangare, this theatrical production will examine contemporary relationships and investigate personal and social values. Relationships can be healed when people meet not merely to join the reunion, but to reunite. Awareness can be awakened, integrity reclaimed, and core values restored—if it isn’t too late. Price $3. Visit the Williams College '62 Center Box Office from Tues-Sat, 1-5 PM or call (413) 597-2425. Buy tickets online at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/32885 For more information, please visit http://62center.williams.edu/
Pittsfield, 2 p.m.
Town Players of Pittsfield presents a staged reading of "Panache" by Don Gordon at the Whitney Center for the Arts, 42 Wendell Ave. “Panache,” directed by Thomas Suski, is a romantic comedy bringing two completely different worlds colliding together. Harry and Kathleen both receive their specialized license plates in the mail but there seems to have been a mix up by the Registry. Just how will they solve this dilemma' The story has humor, gambling, booze and flashbacks. Admission is $5.
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